Bike Magazine – Review: Kitsbow Radiator Tee

by P.K. Hart August 22, 2016

Review: Kitsbow Radiator Tee

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“A couple of months ago I picked up the warm-weather-oriented Kitsbow Radiator Tee ($69) and have been riding in it weekly ever since. The Radiator’s unassuming style belies its technical qualities. The Radiator looks and feels similar to cotton, yet is designed to keep riders cooler and more comfortable than a regular old T-shirt. The primary fabric is Polartec’s Power Dry (83 percent polyester and 17 percent spandex), which is built to pull moisture from the skin and expand for faster evaporation.”

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